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    Removing drip tray from a Beko fridge freezer - help!
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    • 8th Aug 10, 1:29 PM
    Removing drip tray from a Beko fridge freezer - help! 8th Aug 10 at 1:29 PM
    Hi all

    I am currently in the process of cleaning up our (not very!) old Beko fridge freezer in order to sell it as we have a new bigger one given to us.

    The only trouble I'm having is removing the drip tray at the back. It *should* be removable - the directions say there is a 'lug' on the tray which needs depressing with the tip of a screwdriver, then the tray can be pulled up and taken out. However, I can't work out which bit is the lug and can hardly reach in with a screwdriver as there's not much room to manoeuvre!

    Anyone done the same - I want to get it sorted as now I've unplugged the fridge freezer, the drip tray reeks!

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